Archive for May, 2014

As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been slacking on my blog posts lately.  But I’ve been slacking for a good reason.  The licensing process has finally gotten into full swing and life feels like a whirlwind right now!  It’s exciting!  I have completed PRIDE classes, submitted the first round of paperwork (which was approved) and have my first home study visit scheduled for mid-June.  YAY!  Things are moving right along!

May is National Foster Care Month.  I know many people hear that and think, “That’s not something I can help with.  I could never be a foster parent”.  Maybe you don’t feel you are in a place to foster but that doesn’t mean you can’t help kids in care and those families who have opened their home to those kids.  Below are some great posts I’ve found that share ways anyone can support these vulnerable children and their foster families.  I hope you will take time to read them and contemplate how you can get involved in supporting this important mission.  Foster kiddos need as many loving, supportive people in their lives as possible.







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